Unfortunately, we do have our browsers set to the Australian language (in Chrome), and Jive documents are showing today's date as 4/9/2015 in Jive (i.e., mm/dd/yyyy), when we need Jive to be 9/4/2015 (dd/mm/yyyy). We just tested this, but it doesn't seem to be the answer.
Can you compare with the Jive community, since it is also running Jive 7.
Additionally, you might want to verify the Language settings on your "Preferences" page.
I had done a customisation on one of our Jive instances, that enforced only a specific locale.
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What is the user's locale set to? The user's preference will overide all of the other system settings. Here is the locale precedence hierarchy, with the first given the highest precedence:
- Locale set by the user in their Preferences. For more information, see Time Zone and Locale Preferences.
- Locale set in the user's Web browser. (For example, a browser set to English will override global settings you make for another locale).
- Locale set at the space level (in Admin Console: Spaces > Settings > Space Settings). See Setting Space Name, Locale, and Allowed Content Types.
- Locale set at the root space (global) level (Admin Console: System > Settings > Locale).
I had to delete all of the other locales as well, and have ONLY Australian language, and nothing else.